Ranveer Singh claims that the photos which reveal private parts were morphed not belongs to him. Ranveer has been accused of 'obscenity' in the FIR registered by Mumbai Police
Mumbai: Ranveer Singh is in constant news about the nude photoshoot case. Now a new twist has come in the matter. According to the actor, one of the seven pictures shared by him on social media was not part of his post. Someone has morphed one of his photos and the photo has been tampered with. The way he is shown in the photo, it was not shot like that.
It is worth noting that Ranveer Singh has also provided 7 photos of the photoshoot done for the magazine, while recording his statement to the police, which he categorically denied about a photo in which his private parts were visible. According to the actor, this photo was not a part of the photoshoot. The picture has been completely tampered with.
In his statement that Ranveer recorded with the Mumbai Police, he claimed that the photo showing the private parts is morphed and is not among the seven pictures that he had uploaded on his Instagram.
He said, “One of the photographs shared on social media, claimed to be a part of Ranveer Singh’s ‘nude photoshoot’ for New York-based Paper magazine, in which his private parts were purportedly They were visible, they have been morphed i.e. they have been molested and they are not.’ Ranveer has given this important information to the Mumbai Police in his statement recorded on 29 August.
It is worth mentioning that through the same picture which Ranveer Singh has described as morphed, on July 26, Mumbai Police had registered an FIR against Ranveer Singh on charges of obscenity. Now according to Ranveer Singh’s statement to the police, he was wearing underwear during the photoshoot.
The said photo has now been sent to the forensic department to check and confirm if it has really been tampered with.
The FIR was registered against the ‘Padmaavat’ actor at Chembur police station in July after a complaint was filed by an office-bearer of a non-profit organisation.
The actor “hurt the sentiments of women in general and insulted their modesty through his photographs,” the complaint claimed.